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WETA
Jul 2, 2010 8:30pm EDT
, but a couple of things happened to stop it. democrat robert byrd, the longest serving senator in u.s. history, passed away, and the republican from massachusetts, scott brown, and out of conference. according to "the boston globe," he is the most popular elected official in the state. eric cantor says that this legislation is a clear attack on capital formation in america. do you agree, charles? >> i think is the biggest mess we have ever produced. i think the consequences are completely untold, and i agree with john taylor, an economist from princeton, who says it will guarantee bailouts as far as the eye can see. >> mark? >> i think it is a major accomplishment, given the poison the political climate in the city, and i shot out goes out to chris dodd, the retiring democrat from connecticut, and barney frank, the decidedly unretiring house chairmen from massachusetts. >> nina? >> i think it is a major accomplishment, and if they wait a couple weeks, they will get another democratic senator. >> colby? >> i do not think this is an impediment to capital formation at all, contrary to what eric c
WETA
Jul 9, 2010 8:30pm EDT
of the rivals the prime minister. separately, she talked to them, pushed them, and the message was the u.s. -- >> do you think he advanced it? >> he feels strongly he does. the clear message of this trip to is that the obama administration has no intention of deviating from the deadlines they have put, including august 31, when the combat mission ends and the next day, it stops being operation iraqi freedom, it becomes operation new dawn, and they get a new general an ambassador. >> let me ask about another new dawn, the relationship between barack obama and netanyahu. how is that working out? >> charles probably knows this because he knows netanyahu. my sense, just watching it from afar, is that both these guys have to figure out is not in their interest to have a public fight, so they are not having one. >> i will wait for charles' wisdom on this, but i watched the two of them protest about how cordial and unbreakable and unchangeable the relationship was between the united states and israel as we have watched it change in the past 18 months. i was struck by john mitchell's. dictum, watc
WETA
Jul 30, 2010 8:30pm EDT
is not released publicly. it is pretty bad when you have both the u.s. and the head of the afghanistan military operations all decrying what happened because there is no way they can get to these informants because they are scattered about the country in remote areas and we don't have the manpower to go to them. >> charles? >> the obvious intent of the dump was to influence public opinion against the board the head of wikileaks is a guy who is openly anti war and that is why he did it. there is nothing in there that will sway opinion. it tells us that pakistan's secret service has played a double game. we all know that. it tells us that some of the air strikes have resulted in civilian casualties. we know that. it tells us that at the end of 2009, which is the chronology of the dump, from mid-decade to 2009, a war was not going well. obviously it was not, where petraeus and mcchrystal and obama would not have recommended change of course. the release of these names will have afghans killed because of this. >> marine general james mattis, about to be confirmed as the new head of central command.
ABC
Jul 4, 2010 9:00am EDT
, but a couple of things stop it. democrat robert byrd, the longest serving senator in u.s. history, passed away, and there were a republican from massachusetts, scott brown, backed out when it came out of conference. according to "the boston globe," by the way, he is the most popular elected official in the state. do you agree with eric cantor, charles? >> i think it's consequences are completely and told, and i do agree with john taylor, an economist from princeton, who says it will guarantee bailouts as far as the eye can see. >> mark? >> i think it is a major accomplishment, given the poisonous political climate in this city. and a shot goes out to chris dodd, the retiring -- shout out to chris dodd, the retiring senator from connecticut, and barney frank, the decidedly u nretiring congressman from massachusetts. >>? -- nina? >> think it is a major accomplishment, and if they wait a few weeks it will get another senator. >> colby? >> it -- i think the reforms were overdue. they were almost unexpected, given the climate, as mark said, in the city. this is a major advance forward. >> after joh
ABC
Jul 11, 2010 9:00am EDT
into details? no. >> desp -- the spy swap has attend russian spies going home to mother russia and four u.s. spies coming home. >> we have got it on, we've listened to their conversations, they are gone, -- we have gotten what we wanted, we listen to their conversations, and they are gone. in exchange, we get four high- value spies, kgb and russian agents, a coup were spies for the west. -- who were spies for the west. >> hear these people consistently claimed they were innocent and basically just assigned to get out of jail. >> these were the lamest spies ever pray that they would have been much better off watching "inside washington." it would have figured out our system -- >> i have long suspected that waterview is a sleeper -- that one of you is a sleeper agent. [laughter] this is a very strange story. it is very rare that we catch spies and let them go without any jail time. now, you can laugh about how lame these guys were but one of their charges was recruiting trip to reno everybody they recruited? -- one of the charges was recruiting. do we know everybody they recruited? if we had
PBS
Jul 30, 2010 8:00pm EDT
both the u.s. and afghanistan's military operations all decrying what has happened, because there is no way they can get to these informants because they are scattered about the country in remote areas and we don't have manpower to go to them. >> charles? >> the obvious intent was to influence public opinion, and the head of wikileaks is a guy who is openly anti war, and that is why he did it. there is nothing in there that will sway opinion. it also that pakistan's secret service has played a double get -- it tells us that pakistan's secret service has played a double game in. we know that it tells us that there have been civilian casualties. we know that. the chronology of the dumps is from the mid-decade to 2009. if it were not for petraeus, and mcchrystal, and obama recommending a different course. all it does is name names and people will be killed. >> marine general james mattis, about to be confirmed as the new head of central command. >> i just thought it was an appallingly irresponsible act to release this information. it did not tell us anything i've seen so far th
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